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07/23/2022 Birds Feeding Young 356 Haiku
07/23/2022 Cardinal In Flight 387 Haiku
07/23/2022 Thanksgiving Crystals 341 Crystalline
03/30/2022 Noah's Shark 423 Rhyme
03/30/2022 Eddie the Elephant 255 Rhyme
03/30/2022 Japanese John 257 Rhyme
03/30/2022 Egbert the Eggbee 306 Rhyme
12/20/2021 Chinese Dave 576 Rhyme
12/20/2021 Ms Bunny 390 Rhyme
12/20/2021 Philip the Inchworm 501 Rhyme
02/19/2019 Mike the Monk 465 Rhyme
02/13/2019 Fishing With Oliver 622 Enclosed Rhyme
01/23/2019 Carol Crocodile 1029 Rhyme
01/23/2019 Hairy Norah the Elephant 902 Rhyme
01/23/2019 Cookie the Cat 849 Rhyme
01/23/2019 Alf the Dinosaur 931 Rhyme
01/23/2019 Ode To the Cotswold Hills 1785 Rhyme
01/22/2019 Mayo the Rabbit 843 Rhyme
01/22/2019 Carlos the Chameleon 788 Rhyme
01/22/2019 Death of the Dinosaurs 1127 Rhyme


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My early childhood years were spent as an Airforce brat in England and Germany. My teenage years were spent in the idyllic Cotswold village of Stow-on-the-Wold where I attended Westwoods Grammar School, Northleach. There I began to compose silly poems and I would write them on and in my exercise books. I then went to the University of Gloucestershire to study Computer Science. After graduating I worked for several companies as a software engineer, and was lucky enough to work with the test pilots of the Airbus A320 in Toulouse, France before joining an oil services company and being transferred to Houston, Tx where I have lived since 1993. I ended up working as head of global sofware development for Halliburton and I retired in 2014. I have 2 grandchildren in England and an unmarried daughter here in Houston. I still enjoy composing silly rhymes and created a book of poems for my grandson's first Christmas, called The Adventures of Oliver's Toys. I now have a granddaughter named Lucy and am working on a similar book for her. In my spare time I enjoy fishing, sailing, birding, woodworking, photography, golfing, and playing music.